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Smith & Wesson Model 17 No Dash .22 Cal
Smith & Wesson's Models 17 has it's origins with the company's Pre-World War 2 Hand Ejector series in the 1930s. The revolver debuted as an companion piece known as K-22 after World War 2. In 194 the K-22 Masterpiece (Model 17) in .22 Long Rifle caliber.
The Model 17 was discontinued in 1998 as the company focused less on blued steel revolvers at the time. The Model 17 has an adjustable rear sight and an un-pinned, fixed ramp or Patridge style front sight. It was designed as a target revolver and could be ordered from S&W with "The Three T's" : Target Trigger, Target Hammer and Target Grips. Standard barrel lengths were 4", 6" and 8 3/8".
This Model 17 is an No dash model and is just beautiful and the firearm would be a great addition to any collection. Possibly been an early reblue by factory but not sure. IF it has been, it was done correct.